This week sees the launch of a new phone targeted at people who find the technology complicated or difficult to use.
Created by Age UK,
Jasmine Kluge reviews Channel 4's Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trials and in light of the findings, discusses the potential medical benefits
Louis Theroux is perhaps not the most obvious choice of film-maker to create a thought-provoking documentary about children with autism and their
In Sunderland on the 4th of February, Lost Voice Man made his debut to loud laughter. A stand-up comedian with
As children, we’re taught that if we inadvertently hurt someone’s feelings, we say sorry and all will be forgiven. As we grow up, we learn that
On Tuesday the 3rd of April, Channel 4 aired the first episode of their new documentary, “The Undateables”. The series follows a group of people
Bravery comes in different forms. Placing yourself on a stage in front of a room full of half-drunk comedy fans is brave. Opting for a natural,
For any family, the arrival of a new baby is laden with anticipation and hopes for the future. When Eastenders actress Rita Simons had twins, her
For many disabled people, balancing dreams and ambitions with the reality of their condition is a difficult but necessary task. While we hope for
Disabled motorsport is in the middle of an exciting period of change and development.
Teams such as Project Mobility and Race2Recovery,